|Series||American lecture series, publication no 534. A monograph in the Bannerstone Division of American lectures in geriatrics and gerontology, American lecture series -- publication no. 534., Monograph in the Bannerstone division of American lectures in geriatrics and gerontology|
|LC Classifications||RC953.7 .F7, RC953.7 .F7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||485|
Principles of Clinical Pharmacology. This chapter describes drug therapy in the elderly. A hallmark of aging in humans is the development of multiple, coexisting physiological and pathophysiological changes that may benefit from drug therapy. This chapter provides an overview of the clinical drug development process, which includes the. Now is its second edition, Geriatric Pharmacology: The Principles of Practice & Clinical Recommendations is the optimal guide for anyone seeking straightforward, concise and user-friendly information on medication dynamics for older adults. Fully revised and updated, this invaluable resource has become the go-to favorite for healthcare professionals/5(6). About this book Introduction This book aims to address the major aspects of future drug product development and therapy for older adults, giving practical guidance for the rational product and clinical development and prescribing of drug products to this ever growing segment of the population. Aims & scope. Drugs & Aging delivers essential information on the most important aspects of drug therapy to researchers and healthcare professionals involved in the care of older patients. Through a program of reviews and original research articles, the journal addresses major issues relating to drug therapy in older adults, including the management of specific diseases or disorders, particularly those associated with aging, age-related physiological changes impacting drug therapy.
National and international guidelines for drug development and regulation have more recently been followed by broader policy inititiatives on prescribing for older people, but the impact of these on standards of medication use and on clinical outcome remains to be seen. A new series in this journal on the clinical pharmacology of ageing is timely. Application of the principles of drug discovery to these novel aging targets has led to major advances in therapies to delay aging. Regardless of controversy, resveratrol and rapamycin have provided proof of principle that aging is plastic and a valid target for drug discovery (9, 10). Now, every scientist involved in biogerontological research. due to the uniqueness of a clinical situation. The editors and ASHP have made reasonable efforts to ensure the Biomedical Principles of Aging and safety of new drugs, and how to dose and monitor them, has been generated by pharmacoepidemiologic studies, pooled, and secondary analyses of trials of persons above a certain age included in. Have researchers found a fountain of youth in senolytic drugs? Here's a look at what these drugs are and why some say they could "transform" medicine.
Healthy Aging: Principles and Clinical Practice for Clinicians, provides a fresh perspective and evidence-based approach for helping older adults maintain healthy lifestyles, adapt to normal age-related changes, and manage acute and chronic illnesses. This brand new text, divided into chronic illness both physical and emotional, covers only the most common illnesses of older adults and incorporates the holistic framework Reviews: 4. Original research - Drugs & Aging will consider studies with a strong link to clinical practice, such as clinical pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic studies, clinical trials (particularly well-designed, randomised studies), meta-analyses, outcomes research, and pharmacoeconomic and pharmacoepidemiological studies. Authorship principles. Fortunately, drug interactions can be prevented with access to current, comprehensive, reliable information, and the Clinical Manual of Drug Interaction Principles for Medical Practice provides just that in a user-friendly format psychiatry clinicians (including residents and nurses) and forensics experts will find indispensable.5/5(1). 1. Introduction. The worldwide population, within the age group 65 years and older has increased rapidly in the last century and a further increase is expected (Figure 1).The proportion of the global population over 65 years old increases from 11% in to 22% in and 32% in [1, 2].The proportion aged above 80 years in western Europe will increase from 4% in up to 10% in .